Monthly Archives: April 2011

In the Meantime

I’m currently working on a longer essay on the position of teenage youths within the clubbing community in context of a discussion on consumer culture and authenticity, which should be up on FrozenSnares within the next week. In the meantime, … Continue reading

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Classic: Surgeon – Atol

Sixteen years old and still as fresh as ever. Enough said. Watch out for Surgeon’s upcoming Breaking the Frame LP on Dynamic Tension, which promises to be more focused on the Birmingham-based producer’s experimental side. Check out a mini-preview here.

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Read: Ryan Elliott talks to LWE

Here’s the link to an excellent techno mix by Ryan Elliott done for the Little White Earbuds podcast series. As always the case, the podcast is followed by an interview, which is equally worth the attention. Centring on a discussion about … Continue reading

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Recently: Klubnacht at Berghain

Sunday a few weeks back. The first truly stunning day of a still adolecent year 2011. With temperature rising to a flirtatious 16 degrees, Berlin seems abuzz with the promise of summer and all the treats accompanying it. Trees, grass, … Continue reading

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Upcoming: Dystopian with James Ruskin, Lucy and Rødhåd

After last week’s Grounded Theory party at Arena with mind-blowing live performances by Adam X and the Vault Series crew, as well as solid DJ sets by Milton Bradley and Perc, this Thursday sees the return of equally exciting techno … Continue reading

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Album Review: Morphosis – What Have We Learned

Lebanese sound experimentalist Rabih Beaini first caught my attention with his convincing Musafir EP released under his Morphosis moniker in May 2010. Roughly a year has passed since, and we’re now offered his full-length debut courtesy of the mighty-as-ever Delsin. … Continue reading

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Late Review: FaltyDL – Hip Love

Often when listening to FaltyDL’s post-everything music, I’m somehow reminded of Recloose’s classic Mym230 from 1998, which takes its listener on a jazz-infused journey that is equally urgent as it is melancholic. While Recloose’s song – rather than track, in my opinion … Continue reading

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